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Dangerous goods transported by air | Market outlook and regulation changes
The IATA Dangerous Goods Board (DGB) works closely with regulatory authorities and the ICAO Dangerous Goods Panel (DGP) to ensure that regulatory changes address emerging safety issues and that the changes adopted are effective at addressing the safety risks and can be implemented effectively and efficiently. Over the period 2020-2021, the DGB and DGP considered proposals to amend the regulations that become effective 1 January 2023.

This webinar will look at the changes adopted and how they will impact the transport of dangerous goods.

Every year more than 1.25 million dangerous goods shipments are transported by air. With the volume of air cargo forecast to continue to grow, the number of dangerous goods shipments will also increase, particularly those containing lithium batteries. Consumer demand for electronic devices such as tablets and small personal mobility devices such as e-bikes is a key factor in driving this increase. As a result, there are new entrants in the market, which creates a need for training, process improvement, and adoption of new technologies.

Register for this webinar and take advantage of this unique opportunity to ask IATA's industry experts questions and stay up-to-date on the upcoming regulations.
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David Brennan
Head Cargo Safety and Dangerous Goods @IATA
Candy Chan
Manager Dangerous Goods Standards @IATA
David Wall
Director, Safety and Cargo Compliance & Operations Solutions @IATA